Every day, One Green Planet brings you today’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up!

Here you’ll find different categories of news and links to each article published! Enjoy!

1. Kylie Jenner Sparks Controversy for Wearing Faux Lion Head at Schiaparelli Spring 2023 Showcase

Kylie Jenner was seen wearing Schiaparelli’s lion-head gown, while others wore outfits resembling peacocks, snakes, tigers, and other wildlife. While the skins and furs were fake, and no animals were harmed in the making, many viewers were extremely disappointed.

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2. Canada Set to Ban Cosmetic Testing on Animals

Ottawa, Canada, is finally set to ban the testing of cosmetics on animals after years of push from animal-welfare advocates.

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3. Jason Momoa Narrates New Eco Documentary and Condemns Single-Use Plastic

Recently, actor-producer Jason Momoa discussed his approach to fighting climate change during a promotion for his new documentary ‘Deep Rising’.

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4. From Survivor to Savior: One Man’s Mission to Protect the Misunderstood Shark

Paul de Gelder of California had his life changed in a dramatic and painful way when he lost two limbs in a shark attack while on a routine exercise as an elite Australian Navy clearance diver in February 2009. However, instead of wanting nothing to do with sharks, de Gelder developed a passion for learning all he could about them and saving them worldwide.

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5. Fishy Business: Dangerous Chemicals Are Lurking in Caught Fish

A recent study of data from the US Environmental Protection Agency has found that fish caught in the fresh waters of the nation’s streams and rivers and the Great Lakes contain dangerously high levels of PFOS, a synthetic toxin.

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6. Eco Artist Creates Entire Grocery Store Made From Discarded Plastic Bags

Have you ever thought about how much our daily grocery shopping generates plastic waste? One artist in Ann Arbor, Michigan, wants to ensure we do just that with her latest creation: The Plastic Bag Store.

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7. Chopping Prices is a Key to Success for Plant-Based Meat, as is Raising the Price of Animal Products

OnTalking Business with Aaron Heslehurst, Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown discussed his focus on global three-year deals with McDonald’s and with Yum, the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell. Brown believes these deals are the best way to lower costs and “make these products accessible to every consumer that wants them.”

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